Makhadzi has cancelled all her shows after falling while performing on stage. As a result of an injury she got, Makhadzi was forced to postpone a few of her gigs. The 26 year old fell and hit the speaker with her head on stage. According to reports, Makhadzi’s doctor urged her to take it easy until her brain recovered from the incident.
Social media users were busy sharing the video while others were worried about her and sent their well wishes. Read comments from social media users below:
@musi2104 wrote, "She's overworked. Most of these artists are overbooked. That is why many of them take drugs to cope. She must switch off, go back to rural Venda for a while. She will bounce back stronger."
@Mbonalo wrote, "This hurts. Sorry #Makhadzi such unitended fall do happens. Wishing you speedy recovery."
@Tumelo_kaThoko wrote, "We love you #makhadzi #magear keep shining you beautiful Goddess"
We would like to wish Makhadzi a speedy recovery and hope to see her doing what she does best on stage.
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